Keeping it meta in the physical age. My 4th fave is my fave of the current year that I have watched for the first time. #sci-fi
Tenet is the worst Nolan film
and don’t try to convince me that
it all makes sense in the end
Because, when you take a closer look
The film is built on crazy ideas.
Some scenes really shine
The plot and characters don’t hold together.
And it’s not true that
Nolan knows how to write emotions
The characters can be believable
Only if there was heart in the script
It’s not true that this movie is good…
Landing on the moon was firmly fixed as a historical event mentioned in a textbook by the time I came around. Marked as an achievement for the U.S. and humanity I could appreciate it telescopically. Often it was presented as a bullet point of the time it belonged to: the Vietnam war, the civil rights movement, landing on the moon etc. all globbed together to help shape what the 60's were.
This film gives it the focus it deserves. There…
This is my woman under the influence.
A mind is a 3-story, 9 room porous domicile with interlopers and doppelgangers coming and going thing to lose.
I really enjoyed the opaque storytelling and the simple, practical effects that were used to make this feel supernatural or psychologically unsound.
It's ashame this has such a terrible title, I think this should be more well-known and viewed. Also the ending had me laughing out loud.
Maybe cinema exists so that Blade Runner could be made. Makes you think.
The Final Cut
I was tuned into what was happening on screen but my astral body was bowed and facing the center of the universe during the entire runtime.
A vision of our expired future from our past selves telling us where we are going. We are still going there, whatever head shakes and denials we tell ourselves.
There's a scene where Harrison Ford is recovering from…